Bullock and Reynolds reteam for ‘Most Wanted’
Wednesday 09 June 2010
The co-stars of last year's hit
The Proposal, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, will reunite for the upcoming action comedy
The Proposal's screenwriter Peter Chiarelli is on board the project and the director, Anne Fletcher, may also join, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The storyline involves a criminal (Bullock) being transported to court by an FBI agent (Reynolds) when they are ambushed and forced to go on the run, not dissimilar to another action comedy, The Bounty Hunter.
Reynolds presented the Oscar winning actress with the MTV Movie Award's Generation Award last Sunday. He is currently in production on The Green Lantern about the superhero with an intergalactic squadron.
Also on his schedule, The Change-Up with Jason Bateman and Buried, about an Iraq contractor trapped in a coffin with a lighter and cell phone, due in theaters this October.
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